We make the world's best knee pads.

With over a decade of experience making the best kneepads, we've made them better than ever! 

How do you make a better knee pad? Comfort, fit, functionality.

We are redefining how knee pads are worn with a wrap-around design and secure buckling straps.  Our knee pads are the easiest and fastest to put on and take off. They don't need duct tape or spray adhesive to stay on. Our kneepads fit most all people and stay on comfortably.


SEND knee pads feature breathable, stretch mesh panels that provide critical comfort for your leg as you move. Other knee pads are often too restrictive and painful and have either poor or no rubber.  We found there's a better way!

Sticky Rubber

High performance sticky rubber with maximum friction allows the Strap-On to grab onto all kinds of rock and textures far exceeding that of any other kneepad.

Sticky Neoprene

The STRAP-ON features high performance, silicone printed double-sided perforated neoprene to maximize adhesion, breathability and comfort for your leg.

Secure straps with Buckles

The Strap-On has sturdy 1 inch straps with exclusive 2-piece Cinch-Lock buckles that never slip allowing you to tighten it as much as you like.  The tighter it gets the more it grips.




Once you try a SEND KNEE PAD you'll never go back to anything else.




How to put on the SEND Strap-On Kneepad (watch video below)


Kneepads will work great on over pants, but performance enhancement apply directly on skin.

  1. Bend your leg and place the pad on your thigh, buckles on the left. The bottom edge should align with the top of your kneecap.
  2. Position the pad right where you want it now. It won’t move once it is cinched.
  3. Stretch the left flap and wrap it under your thigh. Then pull the right flap over the left.
  4. Hold both flaps with one hand and secure the middle buckle on the Large or either buckle on the Mini.
  5. Secure the remaining buckles and tighten all straps snug. Careful not to over-tighten.
  6. Seek mastery, and SEND.


Correct kneepad placement
 - Just covering kneecap
 - Tightly wrapped
 - Tightly cinched


Incorrect kneepad placement
 - Placed too high
 - Not wrapped tight
 - Not cinched tight